There’s no refuge from endless clichés in the Southern soap, Safe Haven, adapted from the Nicholas Sparks novel about a spunky gal (Julianne Hough) who finds love with a broad shouldered single dad (Josh Duhamel). D
'SAFE' AND SOUND Julianne Hough and Josh Duhamel frolic on a coastline in the latest Nicholas Sparks adaptation (James Bridges)
Genre: Romance; Starring: Josh Duhamel, Julianne Hough, Cobie Smulders; Director: Lasse Hallstrom; Release Date Wide: 02/14/2013; Runtime (in minutes): 115; Distributor: Relativity Media
Posted March 19 2013 — 12:00 AM EDT
- President Obama and Vice head to prison in 'Fixing the System' trailer
- Chris Messina in talks to play Ben Affleck's best friend in 'Live By Night'
- 'Minions' clears $1 billion at the worldwide box office
- Justin Bieber to spend several mornings with you on the 'Today' show
- 'Doubt': 'Good Wife' actor to star opposite Katherine Heigl
- The first trans director of 'Transparent' on his experiences with the show
- Miley Cyrus reveals what a rainbow tastes like during Tumblr Q&A
- 'American Horror Story: Hotel' First Look: 11 EW exclusive photos
- 17 photos of people you forgot hung out at the VMAs
- 24 Movies With Great Opening Scenes
- 'Survivor: Cambodia—Second Chance' Cast Photos Revealed!
- Where is the cast of 'Can't Hardly Wait' now?
- Céline Dion, Aaron Paul, Kate & Hayden and More!